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Introduction to the SharePoint Client Object Model

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A session that I gave at the recent SharePoint Saturday event in Nottingham, UK.

A session that I gave at the recent SharePoint Saturday event in Nottingham, UK.

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  • Time: 00:00 – 00:01 [1 minute]
  • Transcript

    • 1. Custom Client Application Custom Server Application• Web Part• Custom control Custom Web Service SharePoint API SharePoint Web Service API SharePoint data
    • 2. Custom Server Application Custom Client Application• Web Part• Custom control JavaScript .NET CLR Silverlight SharePoint API SharePoint Client OM SharePoint data
    • 3. Server Client OMSPContext ClientContextSPSite SiteSPWeb WebSPList ListSPListItem ListItemSPField Field
    • 4. Define your query Load your objects into the Context Execute (Async) Process the response
    • 5. Any questions?

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